Vision & Purpose

My vision is to support youthe independent womanin feeling beautiful, confident, and powerful, as your adventure unfolds. 

  • Are you a woman who believes that strong is beautiful?
  • Who equally values beauty, femininity, and quality?
  • Who has a sense of adventure?

I create adornments for you.  

I create jewelry for women with active lifestyles, who wear jewelry to accentuate their natural beauty and express their style. Like little amulets, each of my pieces is imbued with an undercurrent of creative energy. 

I believe that as you are looking for the perfect piece of jewelryit's also seeking for you; similar to how author Elizabeth Gilbert talks about creative ideas in Big Magic. I want you to find a piece of jewelry that sparks something within youthat buoys your spirit, and raises you up.

Which piece speaks to you?

I strive to make jewelry that is attractive and grounded, which is how I hope you'll feel wearing it. Go ahead. I challenge you to wear great jewelry, everyday!

Adorn Your Adventure.

 
 Morgana Fall  Founder & Silversmith

Morgana Fall
Founder & Silversmith

Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one
wild and precious life?
— Mary Oliver

About the Founder -Morgana Fall

I feel compelled to make things. I love working with my hands, love the process of transforming metal sheet and wire into rings, bracelets and necklaces. There is a belief, a trust that these simple materials will become something greater than the sum of their parts—a vision fulfilled, a talisman.
I started Moon & Bone Jewelry in 2014 after taking metalsmithing classes for almost 10 years. This is not only a business, but a journey back to my authentic self, a permission slip to follow my passions, and live by my wits.  There is art and science in everything, no matter what side of the table you sit on. These aspects are boldly present in metalsmithing, allowing me to combine my engineering background with my creative maker. This grants me a unique perspective on materials and processes. Read more on How I Became a Jewelry Engineer.